Top 10 Amazing Facts about Bali in Indonesia

Here below we are bringing you our list of the Top 10 amazing facts about Bali in Indonesia. Things, that you should be aware of or you should know before you would decide to travel to this incredible place that can offer you various ways how to spend your holidays there.


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The island of Bali is the largest in Province of Bali. There are several other small islands like Nusa Penida, Nusa Ceningan, Nusa Lembongan, and Serangan Island. Bali in Indonesia is also one of the places on our list of top exotic destinations you can afford!

Top 10 Amazing Facts about Bali in Indonesia

Top 10 Amazing Facts about Bali in Indonesia


Since 1960’s, Bali has been so popular as one of the most interesting tourist destination in the world and probably more popular than the country where it belongs to, Indonesia. here we are bringing our list of top 10 amazing facts about Bali:


1.Volcano Agung

Top 10 Amazing Facts about Bali in IndonesiaVolcano Agung (3142 meters) at Bali is considered the most sacred place on the island. All temples of the island are turned into its party and all Balinese try to sleep the head towards this volcano. The Balinese believe that Mount Agung is a replica of Mount Meru, the central axis of the universe. Gunung Agung last erupted in 1963-1964 and is still active, with a large and very deep crater which occasionally belches smoke and ash. From a distance, the mountain appears to be perfectly conical, despite the existence of the large crater. The effects of the volcanic eruption that took place in 1963 are still evident along the lower slopes. It is also the highest point on the island.


2. The Bamboo Chocolate Factory

The Bamboo Chocolate Factory, which is housed in the world’s largest commercial bamboo building, opened in November, 2011. Located not far from Ubud, the chocolate factory offers tours to visitors, as well as a variety of chocolate products. It is recommended to visit as its also quite close to Densapar, Bali´s largest city also with an international airports.


3. Black sand.. what?

Top 10 Amazing Facts about Bali in IndonesiaBali is generally known for its amazing pristine bone-white sand beaches. Its tropical paradise on Earth. But surprise, Bali is also home to stunning black sand volcanic beaches. Courtesy of the active volcanoes that dot the island and the Indonesian Peninsula. Even they feel dirty and the black sand absorbs heat, so its hard on the feet, its still amazing experience to visit such a beach!



4. The most expensive coffee – Kopi Luwak

How about to taste the most expensive coffee in the world made from civet droppings? Some people certainly do, considering that prices for this coffee can go up to as high as 50 dollars a cup! Kopi Luwak is not exclusive to Bali, but it is one of the few places where you can get authentic Kopi Luwak. Kopi luwak is produced mainly on the islands of Sumatra, Java, Bali and Sulawesi in the Indonesian Archipelago.

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Kopi luwak is a name for any beans collected from the excrement of civets, hence the taste may vary with the type and origin of beans ingested, processing subsequent to collection, roasting, ageing and brewing. The ability of the civet to select its berries, and other aspects of the civet’s diet and health may also influence the processing and hence taste.

5. Bali´s complete dependence on tourism!

You will be probably not shocked by our statement Bali´s dependence on tourism, considering this incredible part of the world is visited mainly due to famous beach side. However, did you know that about 80% of Bali’s economy depends on tourism? Bali certainly wouldn’t be what it is without the steady stream of tourists. For better or for worse, tourism has made Bali what it is today.

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6. Nyepi day

Nyepi day is Balise day of silence that has just passed, and this unique festival is only ever celebrated in Bali. The whole island shuts down, and no work, traveling or even noise is allowed. They certainly take their silence very seriously.

7. No creativity in first names

The Balinese usually have one of the following four names: Wayan, Made, Nyoman or Ketut. They simply mean First born, Second born, Third born and Fourth born and it doesn’t matter if the child is a boy or a girl!

8. Babies

Prior to turning three months old, Balinese babies are carried everywhere. They’re not allowed to touch the ground until they’ve reached the three month mark.

One of the most interesting ceremonies in Bali is the tooth-filing ritual, which symbolizes the transition from adolescence to adulthood. It is believed that tooth-filing helps rid an individual of invisible forces of evil, thereby making him or her more beautiful – both spiritually and physically.

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9. Language

There are over 580 different languages and dialects spoken in Indonesia – some say there could be as many as 1,200 dialects. Bahasa Indonesia, the country’s offical language, is similar to Malay. Though Bahasa is now the predominant language in Bali, there is a concerted effort to keep the Balinese language alive.

10. Hinduism

Because Balinese society is based on Hinduism, there is a caste system. However, unlike the caste system in India, there are no “untouchables” in Bali. In addition, it is not at all unusual for members of different castes to socialize and intermarry. When meeting someone for the first time, Balinese are quick to ascertain that individual’s caste. If an individual’s title denotes that he or she is a member of a high caste (such as Brahmin) they will automatically be treated with the respect that that caste has traditionally merited.

In Bali, religious offerings are made up of a variety of items, such as flowers, rice and fruit. The items may vary, depending upon the nature of the prayer or ceremony for which the offering will be used. The make-up of the offerings has always been handed down by word of mouth. Now, for the first time, some Balinese priests are compiling a written record of what items should be used for each ceremony.

When attending Hindu ceremonies in Bali, never walk in front of people who are praying, and never sit higher than the priest or the offerings.

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